Arriving with his family from Poland in 1992, Mariusz was educated in Hobart at the University of Tasmania, graduating in Medicine and Surgery in 2002. Since graduation, Dr Rybak has worked in a wide range of hospital and general practice positions in Tasmania and other States of Australia. He was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2012.
As well as being a busy father with two sons, Mariusz is a keen cyclist and motorsport enthusiast
* Currently not accepting new patients
Dr Graham Stevens is an experienced GP and educator who has an academic interest in diving medicine and works part time as a consultant/staff specialist in the department of Hyperbaric and Diving Medicine at the RHH.
He also has interests in sexual health medicine, emergency medicine and occupational medicine. Our practice is an authorised teaching practice for the University of Tasmania and Dr Stevens regularly teaches medical students.
Dr Amy Lim is a GP of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She is also a trained pharmacist. She is interested in all aspects of general practice, particularly women’s, paediatric and mental health.
She has worked in regional Queensland and has now returned home to Tasmania where she grew up. She enjoys travelling, playing badminton and the violin. She also an avid computer gamer who enjoys playing online games.
Appointments available Monday – Friday.
Hazel is an experienced Nurse Practitioner (NP) who has been working as a NP since her authorisation in 2010.
Hazel worked initially as a NP Aged Care/Mental Health with the Older Persons Mental Health Service South, and has been a research associate with the Wicking Research and Education Centre in Hobart, a Unit Coordinator with the Nursing and Midwifery (School of Health Sciences) University of Tasmania and board member of the Tasmanian Nursing and Midwifery Board. Hazel is the current Australian College of Nurse Practitioner’s Tasmanian Chapter Chair.
During her time at Older Persons Mental Health Service, Hazel established a nurse-led memory clinic and now conducts a clinic at Bellerive Health Hub.
Hazel has 13 years’ plus experience assessing, diagnosing and providing management advice to people with cognitive concerns and their families, and those keen for a base line assessment and brain health education and advice.
In recent times Hazel has moved into General Practice and in her nurse practitioner role she can assess, diagnose and manage your health concerns, Hazel also has an interest in Weight Loss
Amanda is a Physiotherapist with over 30 years of experience, working in regional Queensland before moving to Tasmania. While based in Hobart, Amanda has worked in private practice including Clinical Pilates in her skill base.
Areas of Interest include
Amanda values a holistic approach to health care focusing on the client and their needs,, while working with other members of the Health Team
Accredited Exercise Physiologist
Rojina is an experienced Accredited Exercise Physiologist, who graduated in Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology from The University of Western Australia. She has a wide variety of clinical experience working in hospitals and community organisations and enjoys working with clients with a variety of conditions.
Accredited exercise physiologists specialise in clinical exercise interventions for people with a broad range of health issues. Those people may be at risk of developing, or have existing, medical conditions and injuries. The aims of exercise physiology interventions are to prevent or manage acute, sub- acute or chronic disease or injury, and assist in restoring one’s optimal physical function, health or wellness. These interventions are exercise-based and include health and physical activity education, advice and support and lifestyle modification with a strong focus on achieving behavioural change.
Rojina enjoys working with a variety of age ranges from paediatric to older ages, from frail adults to athletic. She loves her profession as she gets to meet with different people and is able to help her clients meet their goals for optimal health
Rojina has an interest in:
Rojina can also assist with:
Sam is a podiatrist with a wide range of experiences and a focus on providing quality healthcare.
Sam completed his podiatry studies at the University of Western Sydney in 2002, returning to Tasmania in 2003.
He has a Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine (University of Otago) and Masters of Sport Medicine (University of Melbourne).
Sam has worked within the multidisciplinary teams of the Tasmanian Health Service and has a lifelong involvement in athletics
Sam combines his broad experience with a background and ongoing interest in clinical research to deliver a high standard of modern, evidence-based healthcare.
Sam offers a range of podiatry services including:
Kate graduated with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, from the University of Tasmania in 1993. She’s worked in a variety of settings over the years, including community mental health, inpatient units, psychiatric day programs, a stint with the RFDS based in Broken Hill and many years in private practice.
Kate enjoys working with a wide variety of adult mental health clients and is passionate about helping people maximize their potential for a happy and fulfilled life, despite the many challenges that people face.
Dr Jennifer Wells is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist with over 20 years experience working in assessment and therapeutic roles with a variety of mental health concerns across a number of settings. These have included Community Mental Health and Forensic Mental Health in Tasmania, as a Senior Psychologist for Corrections in Brisbane and for 16 years as the Psychology Professional Lead for the Forensic Mental Health Service in QLD.
She has recently returned to Tasmania and has extensive experience working with people who present with difficulties with their mood, anxiety, trauma, personality issues as well as people whose behaviour has placed them in contact with the courts.
Therapeutically she works in an eclectic way using techniques from CBT, DBT and Good Lives frameworks. She is able to provide psychometric assessment including assessment of intellectual disability.
Accredited Practising Dietitian
Josie Tilley is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) and through extensive clinical and private practice experience she has obtained expertise in a diverse range of clinical areas. Josie's approach involves educating, motivating and empowering patients to implement realistic, practical and sustainable evidenced-based strategies to achieve their nutrition and health related goals.
Josie's areas of interest Include:
Elif is a yoga teacher, having completed 3000+ hours of teacher trainings in Australia and overseas. She has been teaching yoga in different parts of the world (Europe, Canada, India and Australia) since 2007. Elif specialises in yin yoga, yoga therapy, yoga therapy for chronic illnesses (cardiac & cancer ), women's health yoga, restorative yoga and meditation classes.
She is a certified kinesiologist and Acutonics Sound Healing Practitioner incorporating holistic healing modalities in her sessions. She travels around the world and teaches workshops, facilitates retreats.
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